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- adj. Not dynamic; static.
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The idea of the plan, and the way that plans are formed, ranked and revised, turns out to be a powerful device to explore many aspects of behavior, like the role of instincts, learning skills, including language, some nondynamic aspects of personality, and heuristics.
Thus, faith may be either: dynamic, when uncertainty is recognized and overcome by faith, or nondynamic, when the possiblity of any uncertainty is excluded by faith….
Class Two was reserved for permanent, nondynamic, low risk hazards; that sort of impediment was a danger largely to smaller civilian ships that did not carry the extensive shielding that the Enterprise did.